Minister of Agriculture and Land Reclamation Al Sayed al-Qusair made the statements Sunday.
That was during a meeting with the prime minister and minister of justice.
Most of the encroachments were in the form of unlicensed buildings.
That has been accomplished over 18 phases since May 2017 when the campaign was launched by President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi.
Egypt is currently developing 34 new cities.
This came during the Egyptian Minister of Supply Ali Al-Moselhi’s meeting, with Sudan’s Director-General of Sudan’s Military Industry Corporation Mirghani Idris and his accompanying delegation, as well as representatives of the Sudanese Etisalat Company.
Head of the Team Developing Misr-Sat 2 Haitham Medhat stated in a TV interview that the satellite will be launched in 2022.
The president also ordered on allocating 20.4 feddans of state-owned lands in the Upper Egypt governorate of Sohag to be used as a solid waste landfill.
Those are located in Alexandria, Sohag, Sharqeya, and Fayoum.
Online reservation of 1,268 prime lands and 814 super prime lands located in nine and eight new cities respectively will start on Tuesday, September 17.
Encroachments on state-owned lands in those areas are either unlawful acquisition of agricultural lands or unlicensed buildings.
Authorities removed squatters from 193,000 feddans of agricultural lands and 3.5 million square meters of building lands in 10 days.
That was achieved in 48 hours.
The proposed acts will be submitted to the parliament, and are concerned with larceny by public employees, and regular individuals.
Orascom Development Egypt announced the completion of selling its stake in two hotels and a land plot in the Makadi destination.
Egypt targets eight percent industrial growth annually, an equivalent of investments worth LE 150 billion a year, Trade Minister said on Saturday.
The Agriculture Minister said that there are a large number of peaceful applications and uses of the atomic energy, especially in the agricultural field.
The contract will be signed with the Industrial Development Authority soon.
Environment ministers from about 100 countries gather in Nairobi next week to issue a clarion call against air, land and water pollution.
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